Chart: Landlord-Tenant Statutes, State by State
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Whether you are a tenant or a landlord, the legal relationship is established by various state laws. Below you will find links to the official landlord-tenant statutes for all 50 states and D.C. To get started, choose a link from the list below. See FindLaw's Landlord Tenant Law section for additional articles and resources.
Learn More About Landlord-Tenant Statutes in Your State From a Lawyer
It's important to have knowledge of the local landlord-tenant statutes in order to know the rights and obligations of landlords and tenants in your state. The best way to learn about landlord tenant statutes is to speak with a legal professional who specializes in this type of law. So, whether you're unclear about a certain provision in your rental agreement, have a legal dispute with your landlord, or have other concerns regarding rental property, it's a good idea to consult with a skilled landlord-tenant attorney in your area.
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